If you are wondering what the ideal place is to explore the history and traditions of Botswana together with some impressive pieces of art done by local tribes and artists, the National Museum is the place for you during your next tour.
The Museum itself has a great history
Established in 1967 this museum itself has a great history. Many hotels in Gaborone are located within close vicinity to the museum and thus, it has become one of the most visited attractions in the city mainly by tourists.
Its main displays
Celebrating the skills and concepts of local artists, the museum displays a good variety of traditional crafts and paintings of Botswana. In addition, there are also exhibits of stuffed animals and objects that belong to the pre-colonial days.
It’s a center of preservation
The museum is the official body for the preservation of Tsodilo, the first world heritage site of the country. It also takes care of the Tsholofelo Park which is the burial spot of the negro of Banyoles.
It’s easily accessible
The museum is easily accessible from some of the most favourite accommodation venues and resorts in the city the likes of Avani Gaborone Resort & Casino. As the entry is free of charge to all visitors, this place is accessible to all during their traveling diaries.